Bonn et al. urge for a continuation of effective responses implemented during the pandemic, including emergency safe-supply prescribing and housing provision, and further efforts to address the harms of criminalisation and prohibition.
Eggins et al. found that there is limited high-quality scientific evidence that can be used to examine the impact of the law-enforcement mechanisms of supplier arrest and seizure on a range of drug-related outcomes.
The legalisation of the drug market as a way to undermine the power of organised crime groups and reducing the risk of vulnerable people by diminishing the opportunity and profit motive for human exploitation.
The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime explores current debates on power, the use of force and inequality and concludes on the need to align responses to organised crime with a wider social justice agenda.